When Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook from his Harvard dorm room in 2004, no one could have imagined the effect it would have on almost every aspect of human society.
Over the past 40 years, Mike Perfetto's basement in Brooklyn has seen countless eccentric characters. He's the last link to a bygone era when tattoos were illegal in New York City.
A master of all tattoo styles, Chris Garver's career has mirrored tattoo's evolution from fringe to mainstream. Chris has maintained the soul of an artist and respect of his peers.
Sometimes high-level medical intervention is required. Sometimes it's just a chat. In this episode, you'll see that the art of being a good paramedic is getting that prescription right, every time.
When politicians and property developers threaten to transform Sydney's Waterloo, the locals fight back: their war cry is an ambitious artwork, the making of which will both unite and divide.
Dr Chris van Tulleken looks into one of the biggest health crises facing young people: depression. The number of children in Britain being treated with drugs for depression almost doubled from 2005 to 2015. Chris wants to know why so many children are being given these meds and whether they actually work. He discovers that most antidepressants are not effective in children, while there is also a very real risk of them having increased suicidal thoughts.
Taki and Horitomo are the dynamic duo of Japanese-style tattooing in the US. In addition to tattooing, they also document the art form through museum shows and books.
Mary Joy Scott is one of the most sought-after tattooers in the world. She was the last apprentice of San Francisco tattooing legend Ed Hardy.
This program portrays the ups and downs of Nokia and the Finnish mobile phone industry from grassroots and from the aspect of the basic engineers, who made the miracle and faced the destruction. Many ended unemployed, some moved to new areas of work, but few found a new innovative entrepreneur in themselves.
A busy day at Bondi, a deadly drug overdose and an enraged ice addict; all this in a day in the life of a paramedic.
Senior Silicon Valley insiders blow the whistle on how social media apps are being deliberately designed to addict billions of users to their phones. Founding members of Facebook talk about how the "addiction code" works to compel users to keep swiping, clicking, and scrolling in the same way that gamblers push buttons on slot machines.
Dr Chris van Tulleken takes over part of a GP surgery and stops patients' prescription pills. This time, his focus is on children on medication, and taking them off drugs.
Bert Krak is leading the renaissance of New York style traditional tattooing. This uncompromising straight shooter is also an avid collector and devoted family man.
Paramedics Rick and Amie's easy morning is shaken by a serious call: a 51-year-old male is suffering a heart attack and they are the closest responders. It is a race against the clock to save his life.
We drag race in LA, dress like real New Yorkers, customise grillz, tea party with Lolitas, and learn the greenest way to dispose of a human body.
This program looks at those responsible for marketing cocaine as an everyday drug. This documentary series explores the users, the dealers, and the addicts, as well as those who are trying to stop its distribution. It tackles another major issue affecting millions of people in Britain, provides new insights into the drug's distribution and usage, and explores how it affects all facets of UK society, spanning the rich, poor, old, and young.
Incarcerated for murder and armed robbery, hardened New York criminals learn to love again by raising puppies behind bars. In this inspirational tale, three selected prisoners battle self-doubt, anger and regret in their attempt to transform dependent pups into service dogs for injured US veterans. Bound together by fate, this uniquely vulnerable trio of puppy, prisoner and veteran come to discover the redemptive power of second chances.
Ed Hardy is the godfather of tattooing. He has increased its popularity, and elevated it to a fine art. He no longer tattoos, but is dedicated to preserving its rich history.
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